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Adopting Cisco's FastLane for Clinical Comms (Aug 2017)

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page 14 Cisco Validated Design Fast lane Deployment Details Fast lane deployment details This section describes the steps necessary to implement Fast lane with the PatientSafe PatientTouch application. There is no prescribed sequence necessary, but this design is organized from the perspective of the Fast lane enabled application, infrastructure, and iPhone to the MDM used to roll out the application and whitelist policy, through the network, and finally to the Wireless LAN. Verifying That Components Are Fast lane–Ready 1. Verify PatientTouch mobile application for the iPhone 2. Ensure Apple iOS Version 3. Verify Cisco WLC P RO C ES S This table lists the Fast lane supported versions of software. Over time, these versions will change, but at the time of this writing (March 2017), these are the currently available versions and the ones that were used during the joint validation process. Table 2 Software versions for Fast lane support Version PatientTouch for iPhone 4.1.0 RC1 Apple iOS 10.0 or higher (10.2.1) Cisco wireless LAN controller 8.3.112.0 or higher Procedure 1 Verify PatientTouch mobile application for the iPhone Step 1: Verify that the PatientSafe Solutions—PatientTouch application is version 4.1.0 RC1. Step 2: Ensure that all previously deployed versions of PatientTouch have been updated to the proper Fast lane capable version. Procedure 2 Ensure Apple iOS Version Ensure that all deployed versions of Apple iPhones or iPads are running iOS release 10.2.1 or higher. Step 1: On the iPhone, select Settings > General > About and note the version.

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